Klein Matterhorn Valley Run, Zermatt, Switzerland

Klein Matterhorn Valley Run, Zermatt, Switzerland. This descent in the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise is around 17 kilometers long and is therefore the longest groomed piste in the world. The valley run begins at Europe’s highest cable car station at 3820 meters and leads down to the famous ski resort. Photo (playing card) by Maximilian Gierl.

Zermatt is is known for its stunning views of the Matterhorn and the the breathtaking scenery. Photo: © by Maximilian Gierl.

At an altitude of around 3,883 metres between Zermatt and Breuil-Cervinia lies the highest ski area in Switzerland: the Matterhorn Ski Paradise. 360 kilometres of blue, red, black and yellow (official freeride) runs promise fantastic skiing. Guests can use modern lifts and cable cars, including the Matterhorn Glacier Ride. 38 towering mountains around Zermatt lure one to unforgettable ski tours and freeride downhill runs. The resort is car-free, and transportation within the village is primarily by electric taxis, buses and horse-drawn carriages. The resort also has a vibrant après-ski scene, with plenty of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs to enjoy after a day on the slopes.

More information on the official website of Zermatt and Matterhorn Zermatt Bergbahnen.

The Klein Matterhorn Valley Run is part of the NICE TO SKI YOU Quartet & Travel Guide, 32 legendary ski runs and resort in the world. SHOP HERE.
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Cover NICE TO SKI YOU Quartet & Travel Guide | Photo by © Carly Finke, Skier: Justin Holder

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